J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Invites Camp Lo, Mack Wilds & Rick Ross to Dance & the Result is Money (Audio)
The League calling themselves Just Undeniably Some of the Illest Composers Ever have been establishing their own brand of superheroism for more than ten years, ever since scoring their first major production breakthroughs with Mary J. Blige’s “No One Will Do” (which helped them nab a Grammy Award for Best R&B Album), Juelz Santana’s “Rumble Young Man Rumble,” and Young Jeezy’s “Don’t Get Caught” – all in 2005. With the overwhelming majority of their body of work housed on projects by other artists, the Tampa, Florida trio comprised of Kenny “Barto” Bartolomei, Kevin “Colione” Crowe, and Erik “Rook” Ortiz most recently collective efforts towards a J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League release, February’s J.U.S.T.I.C.E. for All. Featuring Drake, Lupe Fiasco, R. Kelly, T.I. and others, it’s the crew’s first “solo” project since 2009’s The Grammy Kids and certainly their most ambitious effort yet. Now, they’ve unloaded some fresh heat, this time featuring Camp Lo, Mack Wilds, and Rick Ross.
“Money Dance II” may not sound like it sonically speaking, but it is in many ways an extension of Camp Lo’s 1997 debut single “Luchini AKA This Is It.” In concept, mood, and content, today’s release is all about celebrating the things money can buy and the ability to enjoy the wealth to its fullest extent. The mix of Rick Ross’ deep, drawl-like bravado and the more high energy elocution of Sonny Cheeba and Geechi Suede makes for an interesting sound.